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Advanced Micro Devices (NYSE:AMD): Current price $2.59
The company Vice President and Embedded Solution General Manager Arun Iyengar says that AMD will concentrate upon expanding its embedded solutions so as to create more business opportunities, and to raise its embedded business’ revenues contribution to 20 percent this year from the 5 percent currently generated. Iyengar noted that although it takes 36 to 60 months of development time for his firm to obtain orders for embedded solutions from a new client, shipments usually last for 5 to 7 years, allowing a stable income stream.
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Angie’s List (NASDAQ:ANGI): Current price $12.58
The national consumer review service Angie’s list is collaborating with the payment innovator Square to enable mobile payments in the field as part of its services offered through the former’s Business Center mobile application. This allows firms to seamlessly accept payments in the field, create invoices, track e-commerce purchases, and respond to member reviews once they appear online.
Netflix (NASDAQ:NFLX): Current price $164.00
The Netflix original series House of Cards will be the first of many original productions debuting on the service in 2013, and it seems that he firm is just beginning. Chief Content Officer Ted Sarandos hopes the firm will generate a minimum of five original programs each year from now on. He presently has $300 million in his budget for original programming, permitting Netflix to bring projects such Cards, Eli Roth’s Hemlock Grove, and a new season of the cult classic Arrested Development to its viewers.
Verizon Communications (NYSE:VZ): Current price $43.65
The Founders League, which is a new platform through which to strengthen Rhode Island’s entrepreneurial ecosystem, says that Verizon has become a top sponsor of the effort for this year. The carrier’s sponsorship of $10,000 will be crucal in the platform’s initial year of operations.
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